On 6th September 1994 paved the way for the C.F.I.C religious community a vast horizon of missionary works in Andra Pradesh in view of establishing the congregation in the mission land. The first was erected in Eluru diocese at Denduluru. Fr.James chitteth, Fr.Thomas Melvettom and Bro.Saji Muthirenthickal were entrusted the faithful of Denduluru parish for their spiritual guidance.
Most Rev. Dr.John Mulagada, the bishop of Eluru invited the presence of the C.F.I.C Congregation set foot on the soils of A.P by taking the parish of Denduluru on 5th September 1994. This was the first parish outside Kerala For the upliftment of the parishners. The unquenchable thirst for the missionary formation and the long aspiration of the brothers to have a community of their own have fully realized by the opening a new community, Amalodbhavi College at Pinakadami on 28th November 1996.
This community is meant for the formation of young religious from AP and other state of India for religious spiritual, cultural and academical development of Individual. Later we brought a new piece of land near to St. Francis Collage, Janampet and shifted Amalodbhavi collage to Janampet.